Markup does the following things: 1) An HTML & plain text editor which helps tidy up your HTML source code and produce formatted text. 2) Generate XML sections or XHTML from HTML file with XML template and XSL stylesheet. NOTE: CHINESE VER. ONLY.
Markup is the textual description of data that provides information about the data type. It is the codes and characters that change a text document into an XHTML or other Markup Language document. Text is marked up with elements, delineated by tags that are keywords contained in pairs of angle brackets
Codes added to the stream of an encoded text to signal structure, formatting, or processing commands.
A marked up file contains tags which provide semantics and structure to documents for use and presentation via reading system applications. The symbols , , and / are used to separate the content of the tags from the text itself.
The special codes, called tags, that mark up a text in the Web's HTML file format, controlling how the text will flow onto the screen and automatically arrange itself with respect to pictures and other screen design elements.
From Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.1 ( 2004-02-04) Markup takes the form of start-tags, end-tags, empty-element tags, entity references, character references, comments, CDATA section delimiters, document type declarations, processing instructions, XML declarations, text declarations, and any white space that is at the top level of the document entity (that is, outside the document element and not inside any other markup).
Text or codes added to a document to convey information about it. Usually used to formulate a document's layout or create links to other documents or information servers. HTML is a common form of markup.
A special form of text embedded in a document that describes elements of document structure, layout, presentation, or delivery.
To mark a layout or sheet of copy, indicating the choice of typeface, typesize, etc.
codes in some (text formatting) description language which determine how text will look when printed.
Text added to the data of a document to convey information about it. There are four different kinds of markup: descriptive markup (tags), references, markup declarations, and processing instructions.
a feature of text that annotates content with any kind of 'extra' information
an instruction that defines XML
a tag or a code that identifies information
Syntax used with text to indicate formatting instructions to a processor (or parser). In XML, the characters '' and '&' signify the start of markup.
In a document, if content is one level of information, markup is a second level, providing information about the content. In SGML documents, markup is composed of markup characters.
Special codes in a document that specify how parts of it are to be processed by an application. In a word-processor file, markup specifies how the text is to be formatted; in an HTML document, the markup specifies the text's structural function (heading, title, paragraph, etc.).
HTML] The presence of tags in a text, which makes it into HTML.
The process of adding formatting or other processing commands to a text.
Codes used in an HTML document to inform the Browser how to process the document. Also known as Tag. » Back to top of screen
Markup allows you to alter the appearance of your posts by changing text colors, inserting images and smileys and so on. Markup is used in posts and private messages rather than HTML. There is a whole page in this help file explaining how to use Markup.
Structural information stored in the same file as the content. Traditionally, structural information is separated from the content and isolated in elements (defined with tags) and entities.
Text that is added to the data of a document in order to convey information about it.-- ISO 8879
Markup is comprised of several "special characters" that are used to structure a document's character data into logical components that can then be labeled (named) so that they can be manipulated more easily by a software application. (Everything in an XML document is either "character data" or "markup".)
A generic term that refers to the sequence of characters or other symbols that are inserted in a text or word processing file to indicate how the file should look when it is printed or displayed. Markup can also describe the document's logical structure. Markup elements are often called "tags". HTML is an example of a markup language.
These are special codes that describe how parts of a document are to be processed by a particular software application.
By marking up a document you give the document and its content structure and meaning. On the web, HTML and XHTML is used for markup.
Adding marks to a text to indicate how it should be presented; in HTML these marks are called tags.
Syntactically delimited characters added to the data of a document to represent its structure. There are four different kinds of markup: descriptive markup (tags), references, markup declarations, and processing instructions. [SGML
Markup is a set of coded commands called tags, describing logic and style for authors, and formatting and layout for printers, that editors inscribed, once upon a time, long ago and far away, in red ink with a stylus upon a sheet of papyrus that formed part of what was then called a manuscript (MS; plural MSS), and gave the MS which they had marked up (whence the term markup) to authors for revision, then to printers who printed them and gave the printout to proofreaders who marked up the printout with tags in red ink that indicated how the printers were to correct the errors that appeared in the printout; and that websters now insert into documents that they write in a markup language to create hypertext with hyperLinks so that when Web browsers see the HTML tags, non-Microsoft browsers will know how to lay out and format the document for the inspection of human readers, and Microsoft's browers will know how to mess it up. | HTML-Curriculum | More Links | | | Links
The characters and codes that change a text document into an XML or other Markup Language document. This includes the and characters as well as the elements and attributes of a document. What is a Markup Language markup glossary entry
html body Everything in red is "markup" /body /html
Another term for referring to HTML tags, which define the layout of HTML documents.
Markup is anything added to the content of the document that describes the text.
The act of adding information to a document to control how it will be formatted for a printer or display device.
Refers to the SET MARKUP clause or the SQLPLUS -MARKUP clause that permits SQL*Plus output to be generated in HTML format for delivery on the Internet. SQL*Plus output generated in HTML can be viewed with any web browser supporting HTML 3.2.
wrapping stuff in XML or SGML Elements --- see OHCO hypothesis --- see other Renear article on procedural markup
The tagging of information that describes how it is structured, laid out and formatted on a web page by a markup language, such as HTML.
The sequence of characters or other symbols that you insert at certain places in a text or word processing file to indicate how the file should look when it is displayed or to describe the document's logical structure. The markup indicators are often called tags. See HTML, Tags.
The printer's marks that indicate how a document is to appear when published. Sometimes also the editor's markings, or a graphical designer's marks to indicate positioning, fonts, styles, etc. in a "comp."
Annotating documents by inserting matching tags to offset certain sections.